It’s a triple threat of NFL quarterbacks joining Boomer and Carton as they wrap up a busy Thursday show from radio row.
If you’re wondering how Tennessee and Jacksonville, with their combined four wins, could be playing on a Thursday night at this point in the season, it’s because every NFL team is guaranteed at least one primetime game and the Thursday match-ups are decided before the season.
Have the New York Giants (3-9) hit rock bottom? After surging out to a 21-point lead against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10), New York lost two key fumbles, and the game, 25-24 at EverBank Field.
Fianally, an opponent that is more in the league of the New York Giants (3-8). Big Blue visits the Sunshine State for a clash against woeful Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10), hoping to break a six-game losing streak.
It may be ugly at times in 2014, but Bortles will be unnerved and will benefit by going through any growing pains this fall as the Jaguars have much work to do before competing in the AFC South.
NFL training camps start this week. And these rookies may be already feeling the pressure.
Every NFL draft is filled with intrigue. When the crop of college players has 102 early entrants, including the likes of Jadeveon Clowney and Johnny Manziel, that simply ratchets up the excitement.
Anything is possible for a general manager trying to fill so many holes, with so many picks at his disposal.
A decade or more ago, teams could go into the draft and select a player who was going to be given time to develop, particularly at the quarterback position. Those days are long gone.
Simms said the Jets would be crazy to use a pick early on a quarterback, further enforcing the belief that the best way to get the most out of Smith in his second year is to sign a capable veteran free agent to challenge him.
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Bortles stymied Baylor with his arm and legs while accounting for four touchdowns, Storm Johnson ran for three more scores and No. 15 Central Florida outlasted the sixth-ranked Bears, 52-42, on Wednesday night.